What is the OpenOfficeOrg equivalent of Publisher?

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OpenOfficeOrg does not have software equivalent to Microsoft Publisher.
However, LibreOfficeOrg does.

LibreOffice is developed by the same people who created OpenOffice.
I don't believe there is an equivalent of M.S. Publisher in Open Office. The best you can do is use O.O. Writer, and insert text boxes and set pictures to Behind or In Front of text, then drag them to where you want them. You may also be able to get free document templates on the web which you can use to start out with. Try using a search engine to find such a thing
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How do you get published?

The easiest way to get published is through a wikizine (wiki-magazine). The most popular one is Millennial Magazine. If you submit your story/article it usually gets published online within a few hours for many others to read. It worked for me! Answer from KingofStarfox: Getting published, in magazines, is difficult. But it is easier nowadays, then it was years ago. This is because, nowadays, you can send manuscripts online, for free. In the past you had to type it all up on typewriters and send it in the mail. I recommend using the website Duotrope Digest, which has a list of thousands of magazines which accept submissions. You can even use a search engine, which picks out the mags which publish short stories, the ones that pay, etc. It also tells you which magazines accept the most, how long they take to respond, etc. It's very useful. As for actually getting a short story published in a magazine, you have to realize that most editors are very VERY strict about authors following the rules of writing. If you can't spell, don't even bother. It is ridiculous that an excellent story would be rejected just because it's not double-spaced, but that's how the system works. It won't take you long to realize--IT IS A RIDICULOUS SYSTEM! Editors all have different tastes and alot of them clearly don't know much about literature. Being an 'editor' of an online magazine really doesn't mean much. This person you're sending your 'child' to(that is your lovingly crafted short story) may be the same person that delivered your pizza. The most important thing to know: The website of a magazine has an area called 'Submission Guidelines'. In this section they tell you what to send them and how. It may say to send only 1000 to 5000 words stories; it may say to send the manuscript as an email attachment; it may say to send it in the body of the email. Whatever it says, FOLLOW IT. If you don't, you will be automatically rejected. I learned that lesson the hard way, with a great many rejections, until I realized why I was being rejected. Also, when you send your manuscript, include a very brief 'cover letter' the following example should suffice: Dear (magazine name, or editor's name if you know it), Attached is my story called, (Name of Story). It is (type of fiction, i.e. Fantasy Fiction). It is (number of words of story) words long. I hope you will enjoy it. Sincerely, (Your name) Editors need to know the type of story it is, the name and how long it is. Also, a short, formal letter shows that you are a professional. It is seen as rude and amateurish not to send a cover letter. If you don't, your manuscript will be rejected. It's important to be able to deal with rejection if you plan to be a writer. However, it is also necessary to have massive self-confidence. Some editors are extraordinarily tactless and make a career out of being critical--to the point where they forget about good writing, but accentuate the slightest diversion from writing convention. Something original, therefore--that is, diverting from the strict conventions of writing--will be panned as the worst writing in recorded history. So you need to have an invincible self-confidence in order to carry on in the light of harsh criticism. If you're a new writer I'll list the 10 things editors seem to hate most, although in my opinion, more than half of them are necessary for good writing--and their exclusion is the sign of a flat, unimaginative writer. But to keep editors happy, try to follow these rules: 1. Always use the active tense. Passive tense implies an overly literary tack--apparently this irritates the average reader, who despises literature. 2. Show, don't tell. It's the prevalent view that people hate narrators and are not patient enough to tolerate anything but action. This is completely false, but once again, to keep editors happy, try not to use a narrator, but instead, show action and dialogue, as if you're writing a screenplay. 3. Use only simple dialogue tags, such as 'said' and 'asked'. Adding character to your characters is a no-no. Apparently it is the reader's job to imagine what your character looks and acts like. The author has no right to develop his or her own characters or give any hint as to their mannerisms. This also, is silly, but it's one of the editors biggest hangups, so use simple tags. 4. Make your protagonist 'round'. A flat character does not change or encounter any personal growth within the frame-work of the story. This criticism, I agree with. Round characters are always more interesting and it is not hard to include a personal quest for the protagonist and a conflict for him or her to buck against. However, I have had this criticism in comic stories under 4 pages, which were not meant to be serious. Often editors forget that in certain stories, round characters would be utterly ridiculous. 5. Use only restricted POV. Editors despise omniscient point of view. They like it if you only know the inner thoughts of one character. In spite of the fact War and Peace has hundreds of characters and hundreds of POV, it is still necessary to please editors. I'd recommend following this dictum. You can focus on being a real writer(like Tolstoi) after you have jumped the hurdles set up by editors, and have achieved some success. 6. Do not use cliches. It is impossible to know every cliche there is, but if you know of one, don't use it--that is what editors would tell you. It is obvious, however, that cliches are cliches because people throughout history have tended to write about them. The reason is because these topics are interesting to human beings. The 'original' ideas, which are not cliches, are not cliches because they are dull--people don't want to read about them nor write about them. However, this fact is not commonly understood and so I recommend taking an interesting topic(i.e. a 'cliche') and putting an original twist on it. 7. You must include a 'hook'. At the beginning of the story, you need to include some sensational element--or at least something which grabs the reader's attention. This criticism, is entirely true. A hook, in my opinion, is not necessary for a good story, but it doesn't hurt. It is worth thinking one up. Not only to get editor's attention, but the attention of anyone else who may pick up a copy of your book. 8. Don't use 'flowery language'. This is similar to 'show don't tell.' But not quite. This basically means, under the edifying euphemism: 'Don't write beautifully.' Mainstream editors don't like anything that sounds 'poetic.' Readers may like it, but there is a marked prejudice against it, amongst editors. This may be due to the fact that few people can write beautifully. Simple, screen-play-like, show don't tell writing is much easier, therefore every writer in the world can do it, no matter how bad. Poetic language requires more writing skill and is therefore outside the mainstream. You must remember that editorial criticism is based on very strict conventions of writing. To exhibit superior skills is to break the mold, go against the grain; such rebelliousness assures you a rejection. 8. Don't use 'modifiers.' Use as few adverbs and adjectives as possible. This is in the same vein as the whole 'show don't tell' thing. It may pain you to write something so dry, unadorned and unmemorable, but this is one of the biggest hates of editors, so try to exclude all modifiers. 9. Tell everything in the first paragraph. Editors like it if they know who the protagonist is, what they want, and the obstacles in front of them--all in the very first paragraph. In my opinion this makes all short stories veritably identical and detracts from their spontaneity and emotive appeal--much like reading a technical manual, which all begin and end the same. But this is also one of the very biggest hates of editors, so heed it. 10. This last one is not really a hate. I would just like to make the point that not all editors follow the above 9 conventions, nor is this meant to be in any way a criticism of editors. There are alot of really fabulous editors with incredibly good literary taste--some are published authors themselve. This is merely a delineation, for the benefit of new writers, of the prevalent hates and hang-ups of the editors I've dealt with. You'll save alot of time, and alot of possibly nasty, tactless rejections if you follow the above 9 recommendations. A few editors, however, made no mention of any of these things and tended to comment on the story's significance and message. This is always refreshing. Because it is like the difference between a man who sees a painting's beauty, or one who merely assesses it's value. If you want to be a writer and still an artist, you must accept that most editors demand the above conventions be followed to the letter. If you follow them, and submission guidelines, you will be more likely to be accepted by magazines. But you must never let the petty, small quibblings of the editors turn you off writing, as an art form. It is true, it makes no difference how good your work is, or how artistic or significant. That is not the point. Saleability is their criteria of worth, not beauty. If you understand the above hang-ups and realize alot of editors do not want to step beyond them, for fear of making their magazine look different from the successful, mainstream ones, you will be able to take it with a grain of salt and realise that their rejections do not mean your work is bad. In fact, it may indicate that your work is far above the average. If you want to succeed as a writer, in other words, you may have to 'dumb yourself down' abit, just until you're a success, and have more control over your own career. The above 9 conventions of writing will help you to get your stories accepted.

Who published this site?

Robert S. Rosenschein has been Chairman of the board of directors and President since he founded Answers Corporation in December 1998. From December 1998 to April 2000 and since May 2001, Mr. Rosenschein has served as Chief Executive Officer.

Do you pay for a book to get published or does the publisher?

Generally, a publisher pays you for the rights to publish your book. A publisher takes on all costs of publication and pays the author based on the contract signed. Self-published authors generally have to pay all production costs associated with publishing (binding, advertising, etc.), but reap all of the profit. Self published authors usually keep all the primary and subsidiary publishing rights to their own work, and sign up with what's called a 'non-exclusive' contract, meaning they can enter into agreements with other publishers, traditional or otherwise, at the same time as publishing their book with the self publishing company. This arrangement is said to give self published authors more flexibility. A good example of a book publishing company that uses a non-exclusive contract is Schiel & Denver, which also pays 50% net royalties on copies sold in all formats.

What is publisher?

Publisher is Microsoft's desktop publishing application. It enables you to create professional looking documents, like magazines or newsletters or posters etc.

When was wicked published?

The original novel "Wicked:The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West" by Gregory Maguire was released in 1995. The musical Wicked isn't published (but you can find almost accurate librettos on the internet, or you can buy The Grimmerie online or at the musical, which contains a partial script), but it premiered at San Francisco's Curran Theatre in May 2003. In October, 2003, it moved to Broadway's Gershwin Theatre.

Who published Inkheart?

Inkheart was written by Cornelia Funke and published by Scholastic in the U.S. It was also published in Germany by Cecilie Dressler, and by Chicken House in the U.K.

Who is the publisher?

The publisher depends on what is being published. Music often has adifferent kind of publisher than children's books for example.

Where can you find a published will?

Answer . You can obtain a copy of a will If the will has been presented to the court for allowance. Try the probate court that has jurisdiction where the deceased last lived. Call the court and a clerk should be able to tell you if a case has been filed. The clerk should also be able to instruct you on how to obtain a copy. A certified copy may be more costly than a simple photocopy. If you are within driving distance of the court you may be able to request the file and make a copy for yourself at a public copier in the probate department. We have them in some of the larger probate courts in Massachusetts.

When was Twilight published?

The hardcover, original, version of Twilight was released in 2005 first. Then, in 2006, the paperback version was released.

What is a good publisher?

here is your answer if you looked up...what is a good publisher? you have to make sure you do your best,just go with the flo!

Where was The Jungle published?

The Jungle was published in New York by Doubleday Books in 1905. Itwas a classical literature novel. Upton Sinclair was the author.

What is Desktop Publishing for?

It is for doing publication or poster; with a procedure of investigate, plan, design, etc.

When did Galileo publish?

Galileo published a book entitle "Dialgue on the Two Systems of the World" in 1623. he had another work called "The Starry Messenger" in march 1610.

Which publishers will publish books by children?

Publishers don't really care how old the writer is --- they care how well written the book is. Get the latest copy of Writers' Market and start looking for publishers who publish the sort of books that you have written, and send off your manuscript.

Can you send your self published book to a publisher with view to publishing?

Yes; however, you may have already short yourself in the foot if your self-published book has sold zero to few copies. Publishers are in business to publish books that will SELL. And it's your job as the author to sell your books. If you have a self-published book that is selling well, publishers may even contact you with an offer. They don't really care where or how they find salable material. But the first and foremost thing that any writer should worry about is writing a really good manuscript. For that; aspiring writers must learn the correct technology of writing effective fiction. All other considerations take a distant backseat to learning how to Write-Better-Fiction.

What is a publishing?

To prepare and issue (printed material) for public distribution or sale.. To bring to the public attention; announce. . for ghost publishing check nomadceo.com.

What is more proper equivalent to or equivalent of?

It depends on the usage. If as a verb, "A is equivalent to B". If as a noun, "A is the equivalent of B".

Is there a Mac equivalent to Publisher?

There is nothing quite as bad as Microsoft's Publisher available for the Mac. There are several options for putting together documents. These range from Apple's Pages (part of their iWork suite) , iStudio, Swift Publisher up to Adobe's Indesign. (See links below)

Where can you get a publisher to publish your books and not have to pay for it?

You should never have to pay a publisher out of pocket. They should get percentages of the money you make off of selling your books. Normally up to 25% of what you make. Hope this helped -Rea

Which is better Google docs or openofficeorg?

'Better' is a judgment call, and your answer depends on the features and functionality you require for your project.

Who is Wikipedia's publisher and where was it first published?

Wikipedia is published by a man named Jimmy Donal "Jimbo" Wales from Huntsville, Alabama. Wikipedia was published on January 15, 2001.

How do you publish a Publisher webpage to the Internet?

File/Publish To Web. Go through a wizard and you'll have it published to the web in no time!

0.4 and 0.40 is equivalent not equivalent?

The two values are equivalent in that they both represent around 4/10ths. However, 0.40 has one more significant figure, making it more precise than 0.4. Do not confuse "equivalent" with "equal", mathematically speaking. If something is equal, it is also equivalent. But if something is equivalent, it isn't necessarily equal. In this case, 0.4 is equivalent to 0.40, but 0.4 may not equal 0.40; it may have a rounding error making it unequal to 0.40. I hope this isn't too confusing for you!

When was Uglies published?

On August 5, 2004 the first book in the series was published in the United States.

How do you display a square root symbol using openofficeorg impress?

In a text box: ALT- I nsert -> S p ecial Character Then search for it (it appears at U+221A in Liberation Sans/Mathematical operators; probably in same place for other fonts too). Alternatively, you can use: Alt_ I nsert -> O bject -> F ormula to insert a formula box and use the function: sqrt{} To display the square root symbol around , for example sqrt{b^{2} + c^{2}} These work throughout the openoffice.org programs.

When was dictionarycom published?

Websites typically give the current year as the copyright year, as that's when the page rendered on the user's computer.

Name of information processing tools in OpenOfficeorg?

The OpenOffice suite is actually a number of different applications accessable through a simple menu. The information processing tools in OpenOffice is called Base as in Database. It is a fully functional SQL system

How do you make a openofficeorg document landscape?

If your text document consists only of pages with the same page style, you can change the page properties directly: 1.Choose Format - Page. 2.Click the Page tab. 3.Under Paper format, select "Portrait" or "Landscape". 4.Click OK.

How to get a equivalent?

First your score divide items second times it to 50 third add a 50 then that is the equivalent example 25 divide by 50 0.5 x 50 25 + 50 = 75 % .

How do you get published when you are a kid?

You get published the same way all the rest of us do! You get the latest copy of Writers' Market and start looking! They list every publisher, from magazines to books, and how to contact each one. Click the link for more info!

When was bing published?

bing was publised in the 21st centery so pretty much it was made in new york and publised december 1st 1999

Is publisher a noun?

Yes, it is a noun. It can refer to a company or to an individualwho operates it.

When was The Robber and you Published published?

Well The Robber and me was published on December 15, 1997. Sorry...... Couldn't find The robber and you.

What is correct published on or published in?

It works like this; published on July 5th, in 2012, at 3 o'clock. Also; Published in the US, - by myself, - on the companies website.

How can i publish my manga?

You can use online self-publishing site like lulu.com You can also submit your work to big companies like Tokyopop or Oni Press, but it's very doubtful they accept submissions right now. There are also smaller publishing companies and manga magazines that aren't well-known but you can hunt them down online; they're always looking for new artists :)

How can woman publish?

A woman can publish her written works (manuscript) to any publisher specializing on that particular subject or she can self publish.

What are facts about publishing?

The "facts of publication" are details that we include in bibliographies and footnotes in a research paper or book. When you cite a book, the facts of publication that you need to give are: . author . title and subtitle . place of publication (city) . name of publisher . year of publication (not the same as copyright date) . page numbers Example from a footnote: Huston Smith, The Illustrated World Religions: A Guide to Our Wisdom Traditions (San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1994), pp. 25-26. If the source is a periodical (magazine or journal), you give the title of the magazine, the volume number, issue number, date, and page numbers:

When was nightshade published?

it ain't been published yet, but will be published on the 28th December in the UK and other territories, not including Australia and New Zealand : for them it will be out on the 4th November

What did Holliday publish?

Publications: Walking the Talk: The Business Case for Sustainable Development (with Stephan Schmidheiny and Philip Watts), 2002. Address: DuPont, DuPont Building, 1007 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19898; http://www.dupont.com.

Why is Publisher good for desktop publishing?

it allows you to publish sexy pictures of your self and make massive posters of your penis

What can you do with publishing software?

Publishing software, such as Microsoft Publisher and Adobe Pagemaker, allow users to create pamphlets, fliers, and other creative documents using layout design.

Who owns openofficeorg?

Open office is owned by Sun microsystems. The original program was released as open source in 2000. Open source means that anyone can suggest improvements or enhancements to the program, and submit such changes for study by the programs creator. Microsoft will not allow the public to do that - maintaining their cartel on Microsoft's products.

Which publisher is better raider publishing international or leadstart publisher?

I would have to say that I would pick the latter because I saw something about raider international being a scam. -Katniss Everdeen

What examples Microsoft Word and OpenOfficeorg are?

They are examples of text editors (well, more fancy ones than notepad...etc.), mostly on Windows unless Parallels Desktop is downloaded on your Mac computer.

What are Microsoft Word and openofficeorg examples of?

MS word is a word processor OpenOfficeOrg is an office productivity suite that includes a word processor (and a spreadsheet application, a database application, a presentation application and some other stuff, applications which are also in the Microsoft Office package)

Where can you get it published?

Depends what the 'it' is. The 'it' you mean is probably a book, which in most cases you need an agent to talk to a publisher, or they won't look at your work. You can pay to self publish with companies like AuthorHouse, who published the well known book 'Legally Blonde'

What makes an equivalent fraction equivalent?

The thing that makes an equivalent fraction equivalent is theoverall value of the fraction, the ratio between the numerator andthe denominator.

What does West Publishing publish?

West Publishing is an American publisher which is now a division of Thomson. It is known for publishing legal and business information for the corporate sector.

What does the publisher Reed Elsevier publish?

The publisher Reed Elsevier publishes ScienceDirect which provides 25% of the world's science, technology and medicine full text and bibliographic information. Reed Elsevier also publishes Scopus which is the world's largest abstract and citation database.

How do I get a publishing company to publish my magazine?

By convincing them that enough people would read it. Today, I suggest you start by making a web magazine. If you can show that you have plenty of followers there, thatll make a good argument that people would want to read your stuff on paper too.